wave farm

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wave farm

n
(Electrical Engineering) a collection of machines designed to generate electricity by harnessing the kinetic energy of sea waves
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An optimization of such a wave energy farm operating in the North Sea is presented in [8].
Some other relevant situations are presented in Tables 4, 5, and 6; this time the analysis is being focused only on the offshore points (OP1, OP2, and OP3) where the influence of the wave energy farm is in fact really relevant for the two situations mentioned before.
For that, the Hs variations have been analyzed along three reference lines passing through the wave energy farm in different locations, as illustrated in Figure 11.
Sarmento, "The impact of wave energy farms in the shoreline wave climate: Portuguese pilot zone case study using Pelamis energy wave devices," Renewable Energy, vol.
Ocean Power Technologies wins grant for work in Cornwall A Warwick-based tidal energy firm has been awarded a pounds 1.5 million grant to develop its technology at a major wave energy farm in Cornwall.
OPT is the first company to commit to participate in Wave Hub, a pounds 42 million wave energy farm now under construction by South West of England Regional Development Agency (SWRDA) in Cornwall.
facilities can easily be applied to any wave energy farm to be
wave energy farms. Governor Jeb Bush has previously stated, "By
Application of PURPA to wave energy farms means that the electricity
Eon's announcement came as the the Government offered pounds 4.5 million to help fund the world's first wave energy farm off the UK coast.